Okay. Maybe not wordless but it is raining, again, and it is Thursday. So,what does one do on the back porch when it is raining? Take pictures, of course! Aside from taking pictures of my rainy day, I did load … Continue reading Wordless Rainy Thursday
At last, the sun shines today! The forecast, however, is calling for MORE RAIN over the next 10 days! Sigh. I’m growing tired of grey days and rain. Continue reading Enough Rain
I usually don’t complain about the weather unless it is cold. I do not like being cold. If it is below 70 degrees, that’s it. I’m complaining. This spring, however, I find myself complaining about the lack of sun light. … Continue reading A View From My Back Porch
Originally published April 2013 Ooh, that smell. Can’t you smell that smell? Ooh that smell. The smell of death surrounds you, yeah. ~Lynyrd Skynyrd When we lived in an old farm house, every spring we would smell the stench from … Continue reading Ooh, that smell!
It’s spring ya’ll! I’ve been a little short on words lately but that is not to say nothing is going on. Over the winter I: took a hand-building pottery class took an excellent on-line photography class read all of the … Continue reading Fast Forward to April
Okay, yes. The title of this post is a little dramatic but are not snakes dramatic when you are not expecting them. So, I’m blissfully throwing pots on my back porch today when I notice our cat following something through … Continue reading SNAKE!
We had so much fun at the pottery supply store this week! So many wonderful and pretty things to look at including a huge turquoise ceramic bowl filled with MKM small circular wooden stamps. The wooden stamp filled bowl was … Continue reading Back In Production!
This is an annual move from the basement to the back porch. Luckily, this year I didn’t have too many loads to lug up the stairs (12 steps). My pottery wheel stayed under wraps on the back porch over the … Continue reading Today was Moving Day!
Over the winter, my thoughts turn to solving pottery problems, learning about new ideas and techniques. One reoccurring problem I have had was making large pet dishes (8 inches or larger in diameter). In almost every single instance, I would … Continue reading New Ideas New Possibilities
We have had a terrible cold and flu season. So much coughing and so much mucus (TMI, I know but still . . . so much!). This past week has been fairly mild so we went on a walk to … Continue reading Signs of Spring 2017